Two sisters, 10 and 12 years old, are about to leave their beloved island, which has become too expensive for their families. Their sadness turns into rage aimed at tourists. Under the falsely innocent aspect of the holiday film, "Massacre" is acerbic criticism of the collateral damage of tourism which undermines the fields of social and ecology but which will not reach the adolescent imagination.
- Best Original Film Score - Sacem Award (Pierre Desprats) - Clermont-Ferrand SFF
- Lila Gueneau Lefas
- Mahogany-Elfie Elis
- Maïté Sonnet
- Marine Atlan
- Pierre Desprats
- QUARTETT PRODUCTION
Sonnet is a screenwriter and director. After studying cinema at the Ciné sup, Nantes, Sonnet entered the European Audiovisual Writing Conservatory. In 2018, she directed her first short film, MASSACRE (2019), which was presented at Clermont-Ferrand ISFF 2020, where it won Best Original Film Score (SACEM) for Pierre Desprats. Currently, she is developing her first feature film YOU WILL MAKE THE KINGS FALL, with Quartett Production.